If you don’t know Anthony Davis from his crushing performances while playing basketball for the University of Kentucky, you likely recognize his face.
Okay, let’s be honest, you likely recognize his unibrow.
At nearly any Kentucky game it was never hard to spot fans supporting and pulling for Davis while wearing unibrow T-shirts or even glasses with a unibrow attached – even his mom wore one.
Which is perhaps why Davis, who is a hot commodity and is expected to be picked first in the NBA draft on Thursday, is recognizing a moneymaking opportunity and seizing upon it.
The patent applications show he’s filed trademarks for both phrases for practically everything from T-shirts to banners. Although it’s normal for people to trademark slogans for everything under the sun, we had to chuckle when we saw that aftershaves, shaving preparation and skin cleansers were included on the list.
While Davis couldn’t make any money off of the merchandise sold with his name or nicknames while playing in the NCAA, it’s clear this likely top-choice player is making sure to get down to business ahead of the NBA draft and his likely stint on the U.S. Olympic team.
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article courtesy of CNN.com